The Edit Credit affordable editing program could be the best thing to happen to independent authors since self-publishing. The biggest hurdle for authors when it comes to editing (after finding someone they can trust) is paying for it.
Almost everyone knows the value of editing and agrees that my prices are great, and yet paying for editing is still a challenge for most people. Every time someone has said no to my services, it has been because they didn’t see a way to afford it, never because of the timing or the quality of my work.
Edit Credit affordable editing program
I have long offered payment options, but a subscription model is now available. It turns making payments into more of a standard way to go, but there’s more to it than that: added perks such as exclusive content, coaching, and discounts to services from partner providers, such as
- cover designers
- book reviewers (for paid, editorial reviews, which are allowed by Amazon)
Budgeting for a set amount is easier than coming up with two to four thousand dollars at once is. The price would be spread out over time. One person commented, “Oh, I see. You’re offering layaway for editing.” I said I hadn’t thought about it that way, but yes, it would be a little like that—with added bonuses.
- would be able to break the price of editing into 12 or 24 payments.
- would be able to submit more than one book during a subscription period, and get exceptional value.
- would receive exclusive content and bonuses and discounts not available to anyone else, in addition to the editing services.
Many writers and authors chimed in, helping to finalize the creation of the Edit Credit affordable editing program. To join, just sign up here with PayPal.